Ferrari Coffee Table Book
I can't afford a new Ferrari. Aaaand, I can't afford a new Ferrari coffee table book either. Come on, Italian powerhouse founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1947! Where's the peek into the Ferrari Archives for those of your admirers who can't go from $0 to $6,000 in 3 seconds flat?
A limited edition of a fitting 1,947 copies, the Ferrari coffee table book arrives numbered and signed by Piero Ferrari. Buyers can choose from a standard Collector's Edition book or an even more exclusive, and waaaaay more expensive Art Edition. Both consist of a fiery red leather-bound tome with an embossed Ferrari Prancing Horse on the cover. Within the book's 500+ pages you'll find hundreds of photographs and documents spanning the car maker's history, as well as some from private collectors around the world, in an attempt "to reveal the unique story behind Ferrari's victories, its protagonists, and its legacy."
Collector's Edition Ferrari Coffee Table Book
Numbers 251 - 1,947 of the Ferrari coffee table edition are deemed "Collector's." They come in an aluminum display case designed by Marc Newson. Of special interest in the book is a heretofore unseen appendix citing all of Ferrari’s victories since 1947.
Art Edition Ferrari Coffee Table Book
Throw in another $24,000, and you can turn your Collector's Edition Ferrari book into an Art Edition. That means you'll own a copy between No. 1 and No. 250, which you'll be able to display on this sick 12-cylinder sculptural bookstand, also designed by Marc Newson. It is, if you will, the Ferrari of display stands.
Art Edition Ferrari books are each signed by Sergio Marchionne, John Elkann, and Piero Ferrari.